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Water: How the IAEA is Contributing
In water resource management, nuclear techniques are used to map and manage ground water resources, helping decision makers to make informed choices that will support effective and sustainable water resource management. Nuclear techniques are also used to enhance water use efficiency in agriculture.
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If I Had Water:
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  No Rain, No Food:
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Managing groundwater resources in Zambia:
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  Farming When Rain Falls:
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Increasing access to safe drinking water in Madagascar:
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  IAEA Helps Parched Santa Elena Find Water:
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Protecting drinking water in Central Georgia:
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  Complex Science Saving Lives in Bangladesh:
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Protecting and managing water resources in Algeria:
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  Improving Farming with Nuclear Techniques:
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Identifying safe drinking water, Bangladesh:
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  Treasure Maps: IAEA's Hydrological Atlases Reveal Hidden Resources
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Improving groundwater management and protection in Lebanon:
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Using isotope hydrology for groundwater resource management in Thailand:
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  Multimedia
Ensuring water now and for the future: The contribution of isotope hydrology:
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  More Crop Per Drop (Video):
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Joint IAEA/WMO programme monitors isotopes in precipitation for the past 50 years:
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  Search for Safe Water (Video):
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Monitoring freshwater quality in Asia and the Pacific:
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  Water for Santa Elena (Video):
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Establishing a laboratory for monitoring pesticide residues and organic pollutants in Lebanon:
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  Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System (Video):
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Enhanced management of water resources through better evaluation of coastal aquifers in Latin America:
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  The Fingerprints of Water (Video):
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The IAEA IWAVE project aims to strengthen Member States’ national capacities to conduct water assessments:
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  Protecting the seas from an Invisible Killer: Harmful Algal Blooms (Photo Essay):
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The IAEA uses isotopes to help Member States characterize transboundary aquifers:
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  Every Drop Matters (Photo Essay):
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Isotope hydrology techniques used to mitigate arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh:
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  Water for 30 Cents a Barrel (Photo Essay):
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Responsible/Contact: Department of Technical Cooperation | Last update: 05 Nov, 2014

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